Relief for Hips & Lower Back (Yin Yoga + Myofascial Release) with Camilla 1 December 2018

The lower body & hips provides stability, they ground us, they keep us stable. We are generally less flexible per default in the hips than compared to say the shoulders, as it should be. But due to our lifestyle today, where we spend hours upon hours sitting down (both during “office hours” and in our spare time) and because of the fairly repetitive movement-patterns we have (walking, biking, maybe running) our hips and lower back tends to “tighten up” way too early in life. 

 

Come learn some easy everyday tools to relieve tightness, tension and even pain in your body, via the help of tennis balls, using the techniques of myofascial release (MFR). You will learn how you yourself can soften sore muscles, and how to reduce tension in those stiffer areas of your body.   

Don´t despair, your yoga practice helps, all kinds of yoga is helpful to maintain and work on your mobility and flexibility, and so can the techniques of myofascial release (MFR). In this workshop MFR will be combined with yin yoga poses, in order for you to release and let go of some of that tension stored in your body. 

Come learn some easy everyday tools to relieve tightness, tension and even pain in your body, via the help of tennis balls. You will learn how you yourself can soften sore muscles, and how to reduce tension in those stiffer areas of your body. MFR is a great way to target specific body parts where pain is stored, even in inflexible bodies. 

Compliment your yoga practice through this unique way to move energy and release fascia.

Date: 1 December 2018

Day: Saturday 9:30-11:30

Teacher: Camilla

Entree: 30 euro

Registration: Guarantee your spot by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   and make a payment to our bank account.

About Camilla:

 

I´m Camilla Bonnicel; a yoga teacher (and corporate escapee if you so will), wife (to a French) and expat (short for expatriate). I left my home country Sweden in early 2015 to move to Indianapolis, United States, and from there we moved back to Europe, to the city of Rotterdam in early 2017. 

Not that long before we moved from Sweden had I began to find my way back to my yoga mat, after a number of periods with on and off the mat. But it was not until I did my 200-hour yoga teacher training, during those first months in America, that I truly started to feel more connected, grounded with and within myself, and with a feeling of purpose & meaning. That is what yoga brings to me. Yoga is much more a WORK-IN process to me, rather than just a WORK-OUT regime, and kind of have been ever since that first time I rolled out a yoga mat and step onto it. 

Yoga is a package-deal, and that is how I try to offer it as well. Sure yoga is beneficial for your body and physic but it is so much more. Yoga will, if you let it, give you a greater sense of appreciation, to yourself and your amazing body, and to this ONE LIFE of ours that we´ve been given to spend the best way we know how to! 

I did my 200-hour yoga teacher training as mentioned in the United States, and after that I have continued to further educate myself. I have now done three yin yoga teacher trainings (165-hours and counting). I am also a registered nurse, but enjoy my new job as a yoga teacher much more than I did as a nurse.